Nancy Pelosi finally came out and made a comment about the chaos happening across America because of the unfortunate death of Mr. Floyd. At a time of healing Pelosi’s words were very disappointing but expected.

The self proclaimed Catholic came out hold her bible and said she wanted to talk about “time” and so she quoted a scripture from Ecclesiastes:

“’A time for every event under heaven. … A time to heal, a time to embrace and a time to shun embracing’ – how about that?” she said.

“Let’s focus on a time to heal,” Pelosi continued, adding that U.S. presidents have “a responsibility to heal.”

“We would hope that the president of the United States would follow the lead of so many presidents before him to be a healer in chief and not a fanner of the flame.”

Pelosi, still holding the Bible with notes papers inside it, then read a statement Bush made following the video showing the police beating of Rodney King in Los Angeles in 1991.

“Those terrible scenes stir us all to demand an end to gratuitous violence and brutality,” Pelosi quoted Bush as saying. “Law-enforcement officials cannot place themselves above the law that they are sworn to defend. It was sickening to see the beating that was rendered and there’s no way, no way in my view, to explain that away. It was outrageous.”

“There’s an appointed time for everything,” Pelosi began, referring to Ecclesiastes.

“’A time for every event under heaven. … A time to heal, a time to embrace and a time to shun embracing’ – how about that?” she said.

“Let’s focus on a time to heal,” Pelosi continued, adding that U.S. presidents have “a responsibility to heal.”

“We would hope that the president of the United States would follow the lead of so many presidents before him to be a healer in chief and not a fanner of the flame.”

“We would hope that the president of the United States would follow the lead of so many presidents before him to be a healer in chief and not a fanner of the flame.”

— House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

She then quoted Obama, from a statement he made in 2014, following the death of Eric Garner while in police custody in New York City in 2014.

“Right now, unfortunately, we are seeing too many instances where people just do not have confidence that folks are being treated fairly,” Pelosi read, quoting the former president. “And in some cases, those may be misperceptions; but in some cases, that’s a reality.

“And it is incumbent upon all of us, as Americans, regardless of race, region, faith, that we recognize this is an American problem, and not just a black problem or a brown problem or a Native American problem,” the quote continued. “This is an American problem. When anybody in this country is not being treated equally under the law, that’s a problem.”

Nancy overlooks the fact that the protests at this time are different. And they have a driving force that wants to cause a civil war in America.

Why didn’t Pelosi come out and condemn Antifa? Why didn’t she call on all the leaders to come together and stop the violence in their cities. Why were her words more about how she feels about President Trump than what happened to Floyd?

I’ll tell you why, because this isn’t about Floyd to her. It’s about making Trump look like he isn’t compassionate. Yet she is showing no compassion for Floyd’s family, the businesses that lost everything or the families of the fallen police officers. Her focus is political. It’s about Trump.

And lastly, Pelosi talked about the fake story of what happened yesterday when President Trump walked to the church.

She criticized the use of U.S. military police to clear out protesters so Trump and his entourage from the White House could safely walk to St. John’s Church from the White House.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., reads from the Bible, as she reacts to President Trump during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, June 2, 2020. (Associated Press)

“Some people came out and beat them so they could clear the area so the president could come out and go forward,” Pelosi said. “What is that? That has no place and it’s time for us to do away with that.”

This morning the park police already said that the protestors being moved back had nothing to do with President Trump. In fact, they said the protestors nor the police knew Trump was going to walk that way. The police also corrected the medias story saying that they were “peaceful protestors.” The protestors were attacking the police and that’s when they moved them back.

Isn’t it a shame that the Speaker of the House used a fake story to try to make President Trump look bad. She straight up told a lie to all those listening while holding a Bible.

Source: Nancy Pelosi wields Bible, quotes Bush, Obama in response to Trump



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